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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

PORCH/PATIO ACCESORIZING

How about some ideas for accessorizing the garden today. Lime green is always one of my go to colors to paint  something. I am sure we all have a tired old tray we could transform with paint. And you could take dollar tree glasses and glass paint and recreate these glasses.
 Same tray in a different color-looks totally different. I still like the green the best.
 Love these candles-but they would last about five minutes in our Mississippi heat!
How about a cute piece of art and some flowers? I am joining Marty for Inspire Me Tuesday. Also joining Kim at http://www.savvysouthernstyle.net  for Wow Us Wednesday.

7 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I love it and I adore your outdoor kitchen. Thanks tons for joining Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

Dawn@ We Call It Junkin.com said...

Yeah, I like those candles too, but I'm in South Carolina, same problem! Take care - Dawn

Lady Di Tn said...

Love the trays and birds also the rain chain in the background. I need a rain chain. Peace

racheld said...

It's always so good to have you drop in at Lawn Tea!! I've been so out of touch and so sporadic in my postings, I can't imagine anyone is still coming by.

I bought four of those pastel resin Adirondacks recently---pink blue green and lavender, and that's about the extent of my decorating for quite a while, except for having porches front and back re-furbished.

There IS a tee-ninecy new wind chime with a little black skillet for a clapper---Southern, yes?

Hope you're staying cool and well in all these temps we're hearing about. For the first time in decades, we've barely reached the 80's yet. Not complaining, just sympathizing with everybody's dreadful heat. Lived there, done that. Sis and BIL came for a few days from TX and loved it here.

best to all of Y'all way down there!

rachel

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Hey Vickie!
I'm so glad you visited me so that I could come over and catch up with what you've been doing lately! That tray, the candles, and the outdoor painting are all so pretty! I hope you are enjoying your summer! Oh, I did take a few painting lessons this spring. All I can say is painting is HARD!

Robin from highpointcircle.blogspot said...

Well, well, well. You are certainly one talented lady. Love my blog visit and I thank you for stopping by my place too.

Carol said...

Yep, I like that pretty green color, too! I never thought of using glass paint on plain glassware to jazz it up -- so clever!